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Our Pregnancy Strength system is easy to follow with video instructions to prepare you for labour and beyond. You know you're in safe hands with us.
What does Pelvic Floor Dysfunction feel like?
Imagine feeling strong and confident during your pregnancy and ready for labour!
Hi, I'm Mel
Frustrated with the lack of education and advice for pregnant women I decided to take matters into my own hands. Using my clinical pilates experience along with my pelvic floor education and training I designed a program to help women find their pelvic floor, teaching them what it feels like and strengthening it to prevent prolapse and pelvic floor complications during and after pregnancy. I wanted pregnant women to know there was an exercise program that was safe for them and designed by a Physiotherapist.
Are you worried about how your body will look and feel after being pregnant?
Are you wanting to exercise but you don't know what's safe while pregnant?
You're not alone
Join our PPF Pregnancy strength system anytime during your pregnancy
- What every woman needs to know about her pelvic floor - The complete guide for a simple understanding of your pelvic floor ($39)
- Daily Core & Pelvic Floor Exercises - Simple, effective and will have you strong for your labour and recovery without leakage ($450)
- The secrets to safe exercises during pregnancy - So you know you and your baby are safe while exercising ($39)
- Reduce the risk of having pelvic floor issues after birth - Learn the right things to do to feel strong and healthy
- Reduce the risk of abdominal separation - Proven exercises and research to close your gap and get your abs back
- Step by step video's - So you know exactly what to do
- Members portal - Exclusive access 24 hours a day from any device for your entire program ($450)
- Safe exercises for trimester 2 and 3 - Simple and effective regardless of your starting point
- Learn how to have an easier labour - Expert advice and tools like meditation and breathing exercises to help you through labour and recover faster
- Learn how to move to protect you and your baby - Correcting your posture to feed and carry your baby easily
- Pregnancy stretches where your body needs it most - Helping your body relax and unwind with safe pregnancy stretches
- Expert friendly help is just a message away - Over 14 years experience as a Physiotherapist at your finger tips ($85)
Total Value of $1063
You can have it all for just $107
Recap of what you get...
Will my pelvic floor muscles be weak because of pregnancy?
The simple fact that you are pregnant does place extra pressure on your pelvic floor muscles which makes them prone to dysfunction. The trauma during birth also places you at a higher risk of pelvic floor dysfunction. Prevention is always best hence starting a pregnancy pelvic floor strength program like Perfect Pelvic Floor will set you up for a great labour and a faster recovery.
Are pelvic floor exercises safe during pregnancy?
Absolutely! We have tailored our PPF strength system for pregnancy for each week of trimester 2 and 3 with a different focus for your body as your needs change. All with the ultimate goal of helping you prepare for labour positions by strengthening your pelvic floor and your legs, breath work and preparing your pelvic floor to recover faster after labour.
How often should I do pelvic floor exercises?
For best results do your pelvic floor exercises everyday! Simple short exercises everyday to work on the endurance of your pelvic floor muscles will give you the fastest results. Then 3 times/week to complete our full body pregnancy session which has a huge emphasis on pelvic floor strength in different positions that you will need once your baby arrives.
How long will it take for me to notice a difference in my pelvic floor strength?
If you exercise your pelvic floor muscles with focus and intention everyday you will feel a difference within 2 weeks! As your pregnancy progresses it's even more important to continue with your pelvic floor exercises because your body is changing and under more load! The more pelvic floor exercises you can do late in your pregnancy the easier it will be to get these muscles going again after labour.